Calum Hill former ISGA order of merit winner  and Merchiston Castle player has won the individual title at the Wallace Jones Invitational at the Black Bear Golf Club Louisiana. Calum carded a 205 (-11) to take his first US college title. This helped his team the Warhawks take the title. Calum  is now at ULM in the US

“It’s good to finally get a win in the US,” Hill said. “Being so close a few times, it felt great to close one out. I got hot in the back nine and beat a guy who I’ve played a lot of matches against so it was nice to get one up on him. A win like this is great for us as a team moving forward with only a few tournaments remaining.”

The sophomore from Edinburgh, Scotland turned it on during the final nine holes of the tournament, shooting five strokes under par to surpass the 51st ranked golfer in the nation for the title. His third round score of 66 (-6) ties a career low.
It was great to see Calum play fantastic and shoot 31 (-5) in the final nine holes to give him his first collegiate victory over a phenomenal player in Victor Lange from La Tech, arguably one of the best players in the country, Williams added. “Performing like that under pressure was a huge boost for his confidence.”

It was a brilliant performance all around as the Warhawks placed three individuals in the top-five and five in the top-16 from a field that included 88 total golfers.

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